Anas Aremeyaw Anas In Hot Waters As Ghana Police Service Subjects Him To Serious Investigation -More Details Drop

Anas Aremeyaw Anas In Hot Waters As Ghana Police Service Subjects Him To Serious Investigation -More Details Drop
Anas Aremeyaw Anas In Hot Waters As Ghana Police Service Subjects Him To Serious Investigation -More Details Drop
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Anas Aremeyaw Anas In Hot Waters As Ghana Police Service Subjects Him To Serious Investigation -More Details Drop

After being found responsible for deploying police officers and land guards as protection for an unlawful building project in the Accra suburb of Tse-Ado, journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas is now the subject of an investigation by Inspector General of Police Dr. George Akuffo Dampare.

According to, the police hierarchy is not pleased with the court verdict that accused them of breaking the law when they helped land guards watch Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ disputed land.

It is possible that Anas had the chance to deploy the police under COP Retired Asante-Apeatu, who was believed to hold Anas in such high respect and had supposedly asked Anas for help in his campaign to become IGP.


According to reports, the police investigation will determine how the police officers were used to provide security on the aforementioned property alongside land guards and any other actions that were carried out out of sight of the command.

Since the court decision, the police administration has not made any formal comments regarding the development.

Court case history

After more than five years of proceedings, a high Court in Accra fined Anas Aremeyaw Anas Ghs100,000 on May 4th for land snatching, illegal trespassing, and using the police and land guards to frighten a rightful landowner of his property.

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As a result of the decision, a court order is expected to cause the demolition of a glass factory in Tse-Ado and a pair of apartments erected and owned by Anas Aremeyaw Anas on the aforementioned site.

Despite a court ruling asking him to postpone the project until the land issue is settled, Anas continued with his development on the disputed land despite utilizing police and land guards.

The buildings and projects built by Anas Aremeyaw Anas on the property will be demolished by one Adolf Tetteh Adjei as a result of a final judgment on the property that was not in Anas’ favor.

Justice Kwame Gyamfi Osei, the judge who ruled over the land dispute, granted Adolf Tetteh Adjei Ghs100,000. He stated that the landowner should utilize the money for demolition rather than Anas Aremeyaw Anas performing the destruction himself.

Following the court’s decision, Anas Aremeyaw Anas allegedly made multiple attempts to bargain with the landowner and pay for the entire cost of the land in order to prevent the demolition of his factory and apartments.

Adolf Tetteh Adjei, however, has stated that he is not interested in selling the land to Anas after Anas Aremeyaw Anas terrorized him for many years prior to going to court by using land guards and police.

According to sources who spoke to, Anas Aremeyaw Anas reportedly worked with some Chinese investors to build the Glass Factory while he and Adolf Tetteh Adjei were at odds over the ownership of the site.

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According to court documents, Anas Aremeyaw Anas utilized police and land guards to continue construction even though the land was the focus of a court case for which a stay was ordered until the outcome of the case.

Proof of Ownership

The issue concerned a 2 acre parcel of land at Tse-Ado that Anas Aremeyaw Anas took possession of in 2017. “Using police and land guards day and night to brazenly deny Plaintiff from use of Plaintiff’s property,” the court wrote in finding Anas accountable for trespassing and illegally constructing on someone else’s property.

Adolf Tetteh’s claim to ownership of the land, according to Anas in his defense, “was tainted by fraud.”

The court found that “The law would not permit anyone to allege fraud without proving same beyond reasonable doubt,” after reviewing all the evidence. Additionally, it would be unlawful to accuse an opponent of fraud without establishing it beyond a reasonable doubt in court.

The contested tract of land is covered by Land Title Certificate No. GA. 464555, dated 26 February 2015, according to the landowner, the aforementioned Adolf Tetteh, who also provided a copy of the Title Certificate and the indenture governing the land to the court.

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